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It’s Time for Casinos and Bars to be 100% Smoke-Free

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By Kelli Goatley-Seals, MPH When my son turned 16, he started looking for a job. Here is important context: I am a former contractor for a local health insurance company who provided wellness education to Nevada employees — including at local casinos. So I told him one industry was completely off-limits: gaming. …

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Waste Management Hosts 100 Days of Recycling Social Media Campaign

100 Days of Recycling with Waste Management

By Waste Management of Northern Nevada So much has changed this year, but the rules for recycling correctly are still the same. Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects. However, most households and people still don’t recycle the correct way. Now, with distance learning …

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Make Plans to Join Sierra Nevada Journeys for Family Camp

Sierra Nevada Journeys Family Camp

With the travel restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many families are staying close to home and have turned to camping as an alternative to other types of vacation. Additionally, RV dealerships are seeing an increase in sales by 30 percent over last year. With this influx of new campers and …

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“Lettuce” Make Summer “Grape” for Your Kids!

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As you know, COVID-19 brought new, unexpected challenges to every mom. All the hikes in the world or baths without interruptions don’t seem to help with stress as much as they used to.  My husband and I juggled trying to teach three kids, do housework (seriously, how is there so …

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IEP help for parents at first-ever Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference to Dec. 5 in Reno

How far will parents go to ensure the best education for their child? Linda McMahon and her husband Jim moved their family from California to Reno so that their son Sam could attend Newton Learning Center, a school for children on the Autism spectrum and other similar learning differences.

IEP help for parents at first-ever Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference to Dec. 5 in Reno RENO, Nev. – How far will a parent go to save a child from being chronically undereducated? Ask any of the parents of the students of Newton Learning Center, a school for …

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Painting for Compassion at Urban Roots Teaching Farm Delivers Messages of Hope

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On Saturday, the community is invited to come together for a special art project at the Urban Roots Teaching Farm, Painting For Compassion that is spreading positive messages of support and hope to the community while offering information and resources about suicide prevention. This event grew from a child’s question. Caroline …

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Dolan and TedX University of Nevada, Reno

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Coming up on February 23rd, TedX University of Nevada will be coming back for its 7th annual conference. Each year, speakers from our community share their vision for a better community, building small ideas into passionate businesses and organizations with the intent to share a better future. In hopes of …

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The Dolan Class Project Changed My Life, and It Can Change Your Child’s Classroom!

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I am a twenty-eight-year-old woman learning to navigate the automotive world one day, more like one hour, at a time. As the Community Outreach Coordinator for Dolan Auto Group, I spend my days running, literally, back and forth between our four dealerships engaging with managers, customers, production crews, coworkers, our …

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